Toyota
Ford Kuga
 Service Manual
General Information
Symbols Glossary

Symbols are used inside the graphics and in the text area to enhance the information display.

Movement Symbols

Movement symbols provide detailed information to a required component movement. These component movements can be rotational or 1-3 dimensional movements.

Movement Symbols

Item Description
1 Minor component movement clockwise/counterclockwise
2 Major component movement clockwise/counterclockwise
3 Component movement to the left/right/up/down
4 Component movement towards/away
5 3 dimensional component movement
6 2 dimensional component movement
7 3 dimensional component rotation
8 3 dimensional component cycling

Turn Symbols

Turn symbols are used to provide further information on the direction or angle of component turns.

Turn Symbols

Item Description
1 Set the selector lever to the park (P) position
2 Set the selector lever to the reverse ( R ) position
3 Set the selector lever to the neutral (N) position
4 Set the selector lever to the drive (D) position
5 Set the selector lever with manual shift pattern to the park (D) position
6 Set the selector lever with manual shift pattern to the manual (M) position
7 Set the selector lever with manual shift pattern to the shift down (-) position
8 Set the selector lever with manual shift pattern to the shift up (+) position
9 Set the gearshift lever to the neutral (N) position
10 Further gearshift lever positions that may appear in illustrations

Screwdriver symbols

The screwdriver symbols are used to show which screwdriver bit is recommended to carry out a procedure step.

Item Description
1 Turn the component clockwise through 45
2 Turn the component counterclockwise through 45
3 Turn the component clockwise through 90
4 Turn the component counterclockwise through 90
5 Turn the component clockwise through 180
6 Turn the component counterclockwise through 180
7 Turn the component clockwise through 2 complete turns
8 Turn the component counterclockwise through 2 complete turns

Steering Wheel Symbols

Steering wheel symbols are used to provide further information to a required steering wheel position or steering column lock status.

Steering Wheel Symbols

Steering Wheel Symbols

Item Description
1 Screwdriver
2 Cross bladed screwdriver
3 Flat bladed screwdriver
4 Hexagonal screwdriver
5 TORX screwdriver

Pliers symbols

The pliers symbols are used to show which pliers is recommended to carry out a procedure step.

Pliers symbols

Item Description
1 Combination pliers
2 Side cutter pliers
3 Securing ring pliers - inner
4 Securing ring pliers - outer
5 Hose clamp pliers
6 Locking pliers
7 Long nose pliers

Drill symbols

The drill symbols are used to show which type and size of drill bit is recommended to carry out a procedure step.

Drill symbols

Item Description
1 Drill bit with a specified diameter
2 Hole saw with a specified diameter
3 Stepped drill bit with a specified diameter
4 Tap with a specified diameter
5 Die with a specified diameter
6 Scraper for circular holes
7 Scraper for straight edges

Cutting tool symbols

The cutting tool symbols are used to show which type of cutting tool is recommended to carry out a procedure step.

Cutting tool symbols

Item Description
1 Cutting knife
2 Air body saw
3 Scissors
4 Grinder
5 Jig saw
6 Plasma cutter
7 Sanding Paper
8 Drill through the shown number of body panel layers with a specified diameter
9 Drill through the shown number of body panel layers with a suitable diameter
10 Drill through 1 body panel layer with a specified diameter
11 Drill through 1 body panel layer with a suitable diameter
12 Wire brush

Apply Chemical or load symbols

The apply chemical or load symbols are used to show where to apply which type of chemical or load to carry out a procedure step.

Apply Chemical or load symbols

Item Description
1 Apply the substance from the specified tube
2 Apply the substance from the specified cartridge
3 Apply the specified chemical with a brush
4 Apply the specified load to the specified component
5 Apply a bead with a specific diameter from the specified tube
6 Apply a bead with a specific diameter from the specified cartridge
7 Apply the specified chemical with a roller
8 Apply hot glue to the specified component
9 Apply the specified amount of fluid from the fluid can
10 Apply fluid from the fluid can
11 Clean the specified component with the specified material
12 Apply a broken bead from the specified tube
13 Apply the specified chemical from a spray can
14 Apply the specified lubricant to the specified component
15 Apply spot welds to the specified component
16 Apply a continuous weld to the specified component
17 Handle the fluid using a syringe
18 Extract the specified amount of fluid using a syringe

Measurement symbols

The measurement symbols are used to show where to measure which type of measurement to carry out a procedure step.

Item Description
4 Self contained breathing apparatus
5 General prohibition used in combination with another symbol
6 Do not use power tools
7 Visual check
8 Noise check
9 Dispose the specified component
10 Replaced by item 9 (Dispose the specified component)
11 Set the engine speed to the specified value
12 Fully apply the parking brake lever
13 Fully release the parking brake lever
14 Do not dispose of batteries into the waste bin
15 Visual check using a mirror
16 Area/component must be dry

Mandatory Protective equipment - Health and safety symbols

The protective equipment symbols advise to use a mandatory protective equipment to avoid or at least reduce possible health and safety risks.

Mandatory Protective equipment - Health and safety symbols

Item Description
1 Measure the current using a digital multimeter
2 Measure the voltage using a digital multimeter
3 Measure the resistance using a digital multimeter
4 Measure the length/distance
5 Check that the specified pressure is available using a suitable pressure gauge
6 Measure the pressure at the specified port using a suitable pressure gauge
7 Measure the time using a suitable stopwatch
8 Wait for the specified period of time
9 The specified task requires the specified minimum temperature
10 The specified task requires the specified maximum temperature not to be exceeded
11 The specified task requires the specified temperature range
12 The specified task requires the specified temperature
13 Measure and check for the specified value using a dial indicator gauge
14 Measure and check for the specified MAX value using a dial indicator gauge
15 Measure and check for the specified MIN value using a dial indicator gauge

General equipment symbols

The general equipment symbols are used to show where to use which type of general equipment to carry out a procedure step.

General equipment symbols

Item Description
1 Wear protective gloves
2 Wear face guard
3 Wear safety goggles
4 Wear ear protectors
5 Wear safety goggles and ear protectors
6 Wear a respirator

Prohibition - Health and safety symbols and component damage

The prohibition symbols are used to prohibit the specified actions to avoid or at least reduce possible component damage and health and safety risks.

Prohibition - Health and safety symbols and component damage

Item Description
1 Hot air gun
2 Soldering iron
3 Scraper
4 Scriber
5 Securing strap
6 File with a specified size
7 Center punch
8 Marker
9 Metal inert gas (MIG) welding equipment
10 Hose clamp
11 Interior trim remover
12 Vacuum cleaner
13 Strap wrench
14 Wedge
15 Pin Punch
16 Air blow gun
17 Mallet
18 Relocate and support the component

Material symbols

The material symbols are used to show where to use which type of material to carry out a procedure step.

Material symbols

Item Description
1 Remove/Install the specified blind rivet
2 Apply tape to the specified component/area
3 Remove/Install the specified cable tie

Miscellaneous symbols

These symbols provide further information that is required to carry out a procedure step.

Miscellaneous symbols

Item Description
1 General prohibition symbol
2 No naked flames
3 No smoking
4 No water
5 Do not touch
6 Do not switch
7 No grinding

Warning symbols - Health and safety and component damage

The warning symbols are used to advise on hazardous conditions to avoid or at least reduce possible component damage and health and safety risks.

Warning symbols - Health and safety and component damage

Item Description
1 Set the ignition switch to the 0 position
2 Set the ignition switch to the II position
3 The procedure step requires the aid of the specified number of supporting technicians

Warning symbols - Health and safety and component damage

Item Description
1 Hazardous voltage/Electrical shock/Electrocution
2 Fire Hazard/Highly flammable
3 Burn hazard/Hot surface
4 Automatic start-up
5 Toxic
6 Explosive material
7 Battery hazard
8 Corrosive material
9 Lifting hazard
10 Hand crush/Force from above
11 Cutting of fingers or hand
12 Pressure hazard
13 Invisible laser radiation. Do not view directly with optical instruments (magnifiers). Class 1M laser product

Control Diagram symbols - Description and Operation procedures

These symbols provide further information on the type of connectivity, direction of flow or type of data bus of a system.

Control Diagram symbols - Description and Operation procedures

Item Description
1 Mid-speed Controller Area Network (CAN)
2 High-speed Controller Area Network (CAN)
3 Local Interconnect Network (LIN)
4 Wires crossing not connected
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    Brake System Health and Safety Precautions

    Engine Cooling System Health and Safety Precautions

    Window Glass Health and Safety Precautions

    Petrol and Petrol-Ethanol Fuel Systems Health and Safety Precautions

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